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judicial (adjective), more judicial, most judicial
judicial (joo DISH uhl) (adjective)
Relating to the individual holding a senior position within the legal court system: "Judicial ethics should keep a judge, like this one, above suspicion."
judicious (joo DISH uhs) (adjective)
Showing sound judgment: "Calvin's judicious decisions regarding his investments have made him wealthy."
At the trial, the judicial decision was that the stockbroker had made judicious decisions about investing the client's money and had not committed any fraud.
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quasijudicial, quasi-judicial (adjective); more quasijudicial, quasi-judicial; most quasijudicial, quasi-judicial
Used to describe decision-making powers that are similar to those of a court judge, or to describe any arbitrator or inquiry with such powers: A quasi-judicial hearing on setting new telephone rates was held last month by the city council.
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Criminal and Judicial Terms
Criminal Courts by Dean John Champion, Richard D. Hartley, and Gary A. Rabe; Pearson, Education, Inc.; Upper Saddle River, New Jersey; 2008.